The IMD Wrap: Discoverability and visibility, the new challenge of alt data overload

There’s a novel kind of data tsunami on the horizon: the volume of new datasets, and trying to discern what’s out there—and how much of it is useful.

“There’s a data tsunami coming! We’re all going to drown!” How many times have we heard this warning over the years? And usually, it was a warning about capacity: the ability of firms’ servers and systems, and network providers, to carry and store and process the ever-increasing volumes of market data from exchanges.

Decimalization, volatility, high-frequency trading, algorithms that can generate actions faster and more voluminous than a human, not to mention “flash crashes”—all of these things

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Waters Wrap: Inside the mind of the CTO

After having one-on-one conversations with eight different senior bank technologists, Anthony explains how these execs look at innovation strategy from a philosophical perspective.

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